Interview with cycling commentator Scott Moninger

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Synopsis
After learning the correct pronunciation of "Moninger", we discuss Scott's roots in cycling, motivation to continue his winning ways, his goals and also who he considered his toughest competition. We then delve into retirement and how an athlete fills the void of no more competition. Scott explains the reasoning behind his amazing 90s hairstyle, differences between some of the teams with which he raced and we also spend a bit of time bashing Kansas terrain (it's his home state so he can good naturedly get away with this). Moninger discusses how he landed his role with NBC Sports as a Tour de France analyst and also talk about what he enjoys most about his role as a cycling coach.

Q&A with Olympic cyclist Timmy Duggan Wednesday Night

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Join us for an evening with one of the hardest workers in the pro peloton Wednesday August 29th 6PM 1230 Spruce Street Zeal Optics new offices and retail space. Admission is free as is the beer :) We'll have a meet and greet with Timmy from 6 - 7 and then a live podcast runs from 7 - 8 where we will take your questions from the audience.

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Remembering the Past: Red Zinger exhibit at Boulder Library this month

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Sounds like a great Cycling History exhibit this month at the Boulder Library.

From the Daily Camera

This month, the Boulder Public Library is displaying an exhibit on the Red Zinger, with old photos, newspaper clippings and race brochures, on the bridge over Boulder Creek in the main library branch.

"This is really a Boulder story -- that's one of the things that really turned me on about it," said Douglas Lee, a professional writer who put together the display in collaboration with the Carnegie Branch Library for Local History.

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